TSA Chief Backs ‘Quiet Skies’ During Senate Hearing

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) administrator, David Pekoske, defended the effectiveness of TSA’s controversial “Quiet Skies” surveillance program, calling it “critically important to our security” and telling lawmakers it “does not take into account a traveler’s race or...

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